Silent Sunday 27.12.20

Author: Sarah Mummy

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  1. Wow the details are so intricately done. I don’t think mine would turn out like this haha #mysundaysnapshot

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    • Thanks very much! It’s mainly down to my two perfectionist kids. I’m just responsible for any wobbly lines!

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  2. That is truly stunning, the detail is amazing, I wouldn’t want to eat it, I’d want to live in it 🙂

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    • Thanks very much! We were supposed to eat it, but we haven’t yet as it looks so nice. No doubt it will be very stale by the time we do eat it.

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    • Thanks very much! We didn’t bake it, but we did decorate it (mainly my kids who are much better at this sort of thing!).

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    • Thanks very much! It’s all my kids’ ideas and mainly their work. I’m responsible for the wobbly lines!

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      • Wow you have a real talent for sugar craft. Hope you all had a lovely Christmas xxx

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        • Thanks very much, I can’t take the credit! My kids are the neat and tidy ones. We did have a lovely Christmas, thank you. I hope you did too. x

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  3. What a cute little gingerbread house – well done! #MySundayPhoto

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    • Thanks very much! All of the credit has to go to my kids.

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  4. Wow the detail is incredible.

    Hope you had a Merry Christmas

    Thank you for linking up to #MySundayPhoto

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    • Thanks very much, the kids did a great job! It was an unusual Christmas, but it could have been a lot worse. Hope you had a good Christmas too.

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    • Thanks very much. It was a great job by my kids – I just contributed wobbly lines! Happy new year!

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  5. Very impressive Sarah. Need a steady hand to ice a cake like that. We’ve mostly made mince pies this Christmas. Hope you had a good Christmas and all the best for 2021.

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    • Thanks very much. Any wobbly lines were my fault, the design and the tidy bits were down to my kids. Happy new year!

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  6. Woah – that is awesome! I’ve fancied buying a gingerbread house kit for a few years but I just know it won’t get eaten so it would be a waste in this house. Well done on your efforts though, that is so cool!
    Thanks for sharing and for linking up with #MySundaySnapshot.

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    • Thanks very much, the hard work is all down to my kids! I know what you mean about the waste. I would have liked to buy one each this year, but didn’t because I’d the waste. Our problem is that we want to keep it to look at for a while, so by the time we come to eat it, it’s getting pretty stale. We are working our way through it though!

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    • Thanks very much, it was some very good work by my kids! X

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